Darrel Morrison, an alumnus and former landscape architecture faculty member at UW-Madison, will give a lecture, titled “Landscape Design as Ecological Art,” on Thursday, April 27 from 3 – 4 p.m. in room 1120 of the Biochemistry Building (420 Henry Mall).
Morrison has been teaching in Landscape Architecture since 1969 at various universities including UW-Madison, the University of Georgia and Columbia University. He is most famous for designing prairie-inspired gardens using native plants. His well-known works include the UW-Madison Arboretum Native Plants Garden, the New York Botanical Garden Native Plant Garden, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Native Flora Garden Expansion, all of which have been fascinating people with the beauty of native plants and ecological art.
See the flyer below.
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